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    Penelope

    I'm a nutritionist and I use this tincture as a tool to help strengthen my joints. One of the best parts about it is that it also gives me an energy boost & taste so good, I don't even want to put anything else in my mouth.

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    E. Lamoureaux
    Great quality supplement

    I have lots of trouble with my shoulder and turmeric is one of the only things that seems to keep it functioning painlessly I like this product quit well. First, I'm impressed that they have paid the money and jumped through the hoops to get the USDA's Organic seal, which shows a high level of pride in and dedication to their product. I also like that this product has pepper as one of its ingredients. The pepper enhances the therapeutic benefit of turmeric. I've always been a big fan of Wild's products. This one is no exception. A+

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    Marquita
    Taste better than expected

    I must say it definitely tastes better than I expect, no harsh after taste. As far a pain relief I don't really feel a difference as of yet but as far as digestion, I have definitely had better bms. I take iron and it slows things down in that department but this liquid supplement definitely works. I've used Turmeric & Ginger pill supplements in the past and I prefer this liquid form better.

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    Bookwald
    A step toward digestive health

    I’m working on improving my digestive health. This is my favorite ginger and turmeric supplement because I can mix it into my coffee in the morning and enjoy my drink instead of having to swallow a bunch of capsules and then find myself running to the bathroom several times an hour. I use less than the recommended amount. About half a dropper per serving and so far my bowl movements have gotten more consistent, so even this much is enough for a mild case of digestive inconsistency.

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    LittleLuckyLink
    Nice, great way to get these supplements quick and easily.

    I typically get my ginger/turmeric from tea or in other foods, but with a busy lifestyle, sometimes I don't have the time to enjoy a cup of ginger/turmeric tea until the very end of the day. Having these foods/supplements packed into a nice, concentrated extract such as this helps me get ahead of the curve in terms of pain relief, and primarily its antioxidant qualities which I typically drink ginger/turmeric tea for. Naturally, one should consult with their healthcare provider for more information on how these extracts can help you and your specific body. If you've already completed that step, this is a pretty good product. I honestly expected the taste to be more pungent when taken straight from the dropper, so that was a nice surprise. I'd still recommend mixing it in a drink, or at least following it up with water as recommended by the packaging as well. Wild Food's website also has a ton of neat recipes and guides for their line of extracts/supplements and appear to be passionate about what they'd do. I wasn't able to find a recipe that specifically called for this extract, but there were some that were pretty close, such as the Turmeric Tonic, and you can always get creative! I think making a smoothie or some type of drink with this would be PERFECT for my workouts or long epic bike rides. When I don't have time for any of that, just a few droppers and a good swig of water shall do the trick!

    All About Turmeric

    Turmeric is a spice derived from the root of the Curcuma longa plant. The herb is used in many cooking and baking recipes and has been traditionally used in India for centuries to treat various health conditions. In recent years, research has shown that turmeric curcumin can have a wide range of benefits for both humans and animals.

    Turmeric is a root extract used in various cooking and medicinal preparations. Curcumin, the principal component of turmeric, has been shown to have many health benefits. Here are just a few:

    • Turmeric curcumin has anti-inflammatory properties. It can reduce symptoms like arthritis, Crohn's disease, and multiple sclerosis.
    • -Curcumin can also help to improve cognitive function and protect the brain from damage caused by Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
    • -Curcumin has anti-cancer properties. It can help to shrink tumors and stop them from spreading.
    • -Turmeric curcumin can also help to improve heart health. It can lower blood pressure and improve blood flow through the arteries.

    How does curcumin work?

    Curcumin is a yellow pigment found in the root and rhizomes of the turmeric plant. Curcuminoids are a class of compounds containing curcumin and other elements, including sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon. These compounds have been shown to have numerous health benefits, including reducing inflammation and preventing cancer.

    In vitro studies have shown that curcuminoids can inhibit the growth of various cancer cells, including cancerous prostate, breast, colon, and lung tumors. Curcuminoids can also inhibit the growth of normal cells, such as those found in the immune system.

    One study showed that curcuminoids could protect against radiation damage to the brain. Curcuminoids can also help to improve memory function. Curcuminoids have also been shown to reduce inflammation and pain symptoms associated with arthritis.

    There are many other potential health benefits of using curcumin supplements, including reducing stress levels, improving moods, reducing inflammation throughout the

    Curcumin Research

    Thousands of studies demonstrate turmerics benefits, particularly related to its famous medicinal compound called curcumin. Turmeric (Curcuma longa) and its potent ingredient, curcumin, are associated with various health benefits. In contrast, some of turmerics (Curcuma longa L.) health benefits are better researched than others, positive effects related to the spice range from reducing inflammation to fighting off some tumor cells. Many health seekers are hoping to find general wellness benefits and decreased inflammation with turmeric.

    Most studies looking at turmeric in humans show that the herb is beneficial to your health, especially as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. To get to the amounts of turmeric and curcumin shown to provide benefits in research studies, you will need to turn to supplements. Most studies have used turmeric extracts standardized to contain high amounts of curcumin. Most clinical studies used turmeric extracts, which have more significant amounts of curcumin, than turmeric powder, the same quantity of the spice alone.

    In contrast, some supplements market turmeric as ground turmeric grass (dry), only about three percent of turmeric powder's weight is made up of curcuminoids and curcuminoids, which are responsible for the majority of turmeric effects. Much of the advertising around turmeric (Curcuma longa) is due to its primary active ingredient, curcumin, which makes up approximately three percent of the weight of the root.

    Turmeric and curcumin can even work to combat the effects of certain carcinogens, like some additives used in processed foods. Consuming turmeric and curcumin is thought to help support your liver's ability to effectively detoxify your body and fight some of the effects of dangerous carcinogens.

    Curcumin has been shown to help reduce blood sugar, which may help treat or prevent type-2 diabetes.

    Turmeric may be able to help lower symptoms of depression because of how the way that curcumin affects neurotransmitter function via the neurotrophic factors produced by the brain.

    Another study with 60 patients found that curcumin was just as effective as an antidepressant for treating depression, increasing levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (decreased levels of this chemical are associated with depression). One study found that curcumin effectively reduced symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. One study found that curcumin was just as effective as ibuprofen in relieving symptoms of arthritis. Another study found that Curcumin was capable of improving liver function and decreasing inflammation in individuals with fatty liver disease.

    Curcumin may help to lower inflammation in your entire body, which may result in many other health benefits, as you can see by the length of this list. Studies suggest a link to curcumin and fighting growth of tumor cells, as well as reduce angiogenesis (the growth of new blood vessels in tumors).

    Studies show the beneficial effects of its potent ingredients in individuals suffering from conditions including rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel diseases, among others. Many more studies looked into curcumins' effects on arthritis and noted improvements in various symptoms.

    Many studies suggest that curcumin may help treat symptoms of arthritis and is more effective in some cases than anti-inflammatory medications.

    A study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences showed that curcumin, an active ingredient in turmeric, efficiently killed some tumor cells.

    While further studies are needed, these studies indicate that turmeric could be a valuable tool for treating liver issues. Researchers have evidence suggesting turmeric supplements may help alleviate a wide range of musculoskeletal pain, inhibiting inflammatory pathways and decreasing oxidative stress.

    There is also promising evidence suggesting turmeric can improve symptoms of hay fever, lower levels of triglycerides and the risk of heart disease, and ease knee pain caused by osteoarthritis. Although additional clinical trials are needed to establish the specific effects of turmeric supplements in arthritis, early studies indicate turmeric can produce results similar to those from NSAID treatment of arthritis.

    Curcumin has shown substantial neuroprotective benefits, helping reduce neurotoxicity and oxidative stress, which are linked to the progression of diseases. Curcumin has demonstrated the inherent capacity to enhance immune function and protection from infection by directly inhibiting the free-radical damage of cells and decreasing oxidative stress.

    There are no health risks associated with using turmeric as a spice added to food, and if approved by your physician, taking a supplement with curcumin could benefit your health.

    Sprinkling turmeric over food and supplementing it with quality curcumin could improve chronic inflammation and oxidative stress.

    When combined with proper dietary and lifestyle strategies, turmeric (its primary nutrient, curcumin) may offer multiple benefits and prove a valuable component in your health-focused plans.

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